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This first floor apartment is tucked away in a peaceful setting within the town of Hawick. The cosy living area is situated on the first floor, and two bright bedrooms and a bathroom are located above on the second floor. Hawick is a town where community and history are closely tied together, especially evident each June during the Hawick Common-Riding when returning ‘Teris’, those Hawick born and bred, come home to take part in the festivities.
Surrounded by lovely woodland close to the pretty village of Denholm and nearby Hawick, this attractive, spacious, detached, single-storey lodge offers very comfortable, stylish accommodation for families and friends. Accessed by a rough track, the lodge’s living area is open plan, with access onto the decking, whilst the master bedroom is bathed in sunlight, with a stunning freestanding slipper bath. By arrangement, the owner can provide freezer meals.
Netherraw is a superb detached cottage situated in a countryside setting, 4 miles from the village of Newcastleton, in the Scottish Borders. This cottage sleeps six people in three bedrooms, consisting of one ground floor double and two twins, together with a ground floor bathroom and a ground floor shower room. The cottage also has a kitchen with dining area, a utility and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside there's ample off road parking, a front lawned garden and a rear gravelled garden with hot tub, furniture and barbecue.
Woodbine Cottage is a deceptively spacious, terraced holiday home in the village of Newcastleton, also known as Copshaw Holm, around half an hour’s drive from the M6/M74 at Carlisle. There is generous living space with a good-sized kitchen opening onto the dining room with a sofa and TV, and a welcoming living room. Within a 5-minute walk are two hotels serving food, two cafés and local food shops including a butcher.
Easter Harden Cottage is situated in a secluded spot high in the Border hills, just 10 miles from Selkirk and with wonderful views out over the surrounding countryside. The cottage is south-facing and has an open fire to curl up in front of after a day spent out enjoying the scenery. There is an enclosed garden and superb walking in the surrounding hills, straight from the doorstep. Craik Forest, reputedly the largest man-made forest in Europe, is close by and its many woodland walking trails just beg to be explored.
Just a few minutes walk from the pretty conservation village of Denholm with its village greens, good pubs and a restaurant, this spacious cottage is privately situated near the entrance to the owner’s home, which is ¼-mile further on. Set in mature woodland and a small stream bordering the open garden, it’s an idyllic place for children to play and explore, or for others to simply soak up the peace and tranquillity. Bright, welcoming and comfortably furnished, this is a great base for discovering the lovely Borders region.
The Granary is part of a converted barn in Morebattle in the Scottish Borders. It benefits from two bedrooms made up of a double and a twin room, along with a family bathroom, it can sleep four people in two bedrooms. Its interior also offers an open-plan living area including a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area. To the outside you will discover plenty of off road parking and a lawn and gravelled garden with furniture.
Beneath the Minto Hills, in a lovely undiscovered area of the Scottish Borders near Hawick (6 miles), this cosy, semi-detached, single-storey holiday cottage has been carefully renovated to a very good standard and features a delightful conservatory. Fishing permits are available for the Rivers Teviot and Tweed, and mountain bike hire, horse riding and golf are available locally. There is a village pub in Denholm, 2 miles away, and Hawick has a leisure centre and shops.
Very comfortable, spacious end terraced house set in the heart of the village of Newcastleton on the Scottish border, in the beautiful Liddle Valley. For centuries this was the front line in the wars between Scotland and England, but now this peaceful and scenic area an ideal holiday location for relaxing or more energetic pursuits. Superb hill walking locally and on the Seven Stanes Cycle route - great centre for families and all levels of ability or aspiration.
With lovely views of Ruberslaw Hill in the beautiful Scottish Borders, this delightful detached holiday cottage sits in rural tranquillity equidistant from Hawick and Jedburgh, on the owners’ 170-acre grounds. The Borders Way is 0.25 miles away and there are wonderful walks in every direction. Edinburgh is less than an hour’s drive, also the Lake District and Northumberland. Hawick offers a rich heritage, with year-round events such as the Reivers’ Festival in March or the Common Riding in June, the museums at Drumlanrig’s Tower and Wilton Lodge Park.
Privately situated on the edge of the village of Newcastleton and backed by woodland, this spacious holiday property is decorated and furnished in a light, contemporary style and is equipped for disabled access, families and moutain bikers alike. Good walking in the surrounding hills and forests. In easy reach are the Seven Stanes mountain bike route, Kielder Water and Forest Park with a wide range of activities and spectacular scenery. Hermitage Castle, 5 miles, is a startling reminder of the area’s violent past. Carlisle, 25 minutes’ drive.